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Lonnie Lee Lachermeier, age 57, of Winsted, Minnesota passed away at his residence of Natural Causes on Wednesday, February 23, 2022.  He was born in Watertown, Minnesota on May 3rd, 1964 the son of Gary P. and Bernell E. “Nellie” (Ittel) Lachermeier.

Lonnie graduated from Holy Trinity High School in 1982.  He formerly worked at Littfin Lumber Company for thirty-four years, retiring last year.

He enjoyed mushroom hunting, coyote hunting, pheasant hunting, ….. anything out-of-doors.  Lonnie also was fond of country music, riding his Harley and burnouts with his 66 Chevy Impala.

Survived by his sisters: Lisa Hagen of Winsted and Angela Lachermeier (Ken Kutz) of Waverly; a brother: Lanny Lachermeier of Howard Lake; nieces and nephews: Sharaya (Josh) Howard, Kaisha Hagen, Mitchell (Jessica) Lachermeier, Karson, Keith and Klein Lachermeier: two grand-nephews: Kayson and Dominic Guerra; aunts, uncles, cousins and friends further survive.

Preceded in death by his parents: Gary Lachermeier, Nellie Lachermeier Poetz; and Peter Poetz.

A service for Lonnie Lachermeier will be held on Satuarday, June 25, 2022 with a visitation from 9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M.  and service at 11:00 A.M. at The Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted, Minnesota. Inurnment to follow at Holy Trinity Catholic Cemetery in Winsted, MInnesota.

A celebration of life for Lonnie will be held following the inurnment at Lanny’s Home at 8065 County Road 5 Southwest, Howard Lake, MN 55349.  Food and beverages will be provided.

12 Guestbook Entries

  1. Trudi Hirsch Perkins

    So sorry for your loss. May Lonnie rest in Peace 🙏. God bless💙

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  2. Nancy L Zabel

    My sincere condolences to each of you. What a truly sorrowful loss. Lonnie was a wonderful human being and will be missed very very much.

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  3. Shannon Votava

    So, so, so sorry for your loss. Lonnie was an extraordinary human being and will be missed !!

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  4. Judy & Paul Schmeling

    We are so sorry to hear of Lonnie’s passing. What a great guy, he will truly be missed by many.
    Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

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  5. Dan Gueningsman

    So sad to hear. Condolences to the Lachermeier family.
    May God Bless!!!
    Dan Gueningsman

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  6. Colleen Kegler

    I just happened to see the notice about Lonnie. My deepest sympathy to his family.

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  7. Carol Pokornowski

    Lisa, Angela, & Lanny.

    Words cannot express the sadness I felt when I heard the news on Lonnie. So many great memories me and my kids have of him. He was a one of a kind and a very generous loving person.
    Always loved running into to him and seeing that smile and great personality.
    My deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers goes out to all of you and your families.

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  8. Nancy Herdt

    Lonnie hunted on my parents ranch in Wyoming in the late 90s and early 2000’s. He was the life of the party and my husband, Ron, and he, delighted in enjoying Ron’s homemade chokecherry wine. Each hunting season we would ask Harlan and the guys about him. Rest in peace. Our condolences to his family.
    Nancy Wantulok-Herdt and Ron Herdt

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  9. Duane Yurek

    So sorry to hear of Lonnie’s passing. I always considered him a neat guy and a great co-worker. I’ll save the memories.

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  10. Deb & Will Quast

    Lachermeier family ~ you have our deepest sympathies.
    We will always remember Lonnie for his outstanding friendliness and smile on his face.
    He stopped in for a short visit while cruising with a couple of friends in his Chevy Impala shortly after he bought your parents place. We cherish that memory.
    May your memories of Lonnie keep you close to him in spirit, and always in your heart. May you find comfort in knowing he is resting peacefully in heaven.
    Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with all of you.

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  11. Barb Fasching

    My condolences on Lonnie’s passing. May he rest in peace.

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  12. Linda Dornfeld & Mike Laxen

    Our sympathy to the Lachermeier. When the coyotes call in the night we will always think of Lonnie.

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